Land, Wealth and Policies of Marginalization

Despite improvements in education, social mobility and many other critical areas, large racial and ethnic disparities still exist in the U.S. This panel will explore how policies and environmental issues disenfranchised the very groups they should equalize. Presenters are Meghan Howey and Woullard Lett, with moderator Meg Peterson.

This program is part of the Black Heritage Trail of NH's Elinor Williams Hooker Tea Talk series. These dialogues act as a catalyst for deeper excavating of New Hampshire’s Black history, while also facilitating intellectual and communal connections between racism’s grip on our past and its contemporary manifestations. Look here for more details. 

Other programs in this series: 
New Hampshire: Beyond Black and White
In the Beginning, There was the Word